Then & Now

How Universities Have Responded and Should Respond to Crisis: A Conversation with Prof. Michael Meranze

May 11, 2020 UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy Episode 5
Then & Now
How Universities Have Responded and Should Respond to Crisis: A Conversation with Prof. Michael Meranze
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Then & Now
How Universities Have Responded and Should Respond to Crisis: A Conversation with Prof. Michael Meranze
May 11, 2020 Episode 5
UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy

This week we are joined by Professor Michael Meranze, UCLA History Professor and Chair of UCLA’s Academic Senate. The Academic Senate is a body of faculty members who share in the governance of the UCLA. Professor Meranze discusses the history of shared governance, the university’s past and current responses to crises, and the lessons that can be learned from the Great Depression and New Deal.

Show Notes

This week we are joined by Professor Michael Meranze, UCLA History Professor and Chair of UCLA’s Academic Senate. The Academic Senate is a body of faculty members who share in the governance of the UCLA. Professor Meranze discusses the history of shared governance, the university’s past and current responses to crises, and the lessons that can be learned from the Great Depression and New Deal.